Organizers of the annual conference of the International Academy of Nursing Editors seek proposals for the August 2014 event in Portland, ME (USA). Details here: http://nursingeditors.com/2013/08/29/call-for-abstracts-for-inane-2014-now-open/
CFP: INANE Conference
Submit your poster abstract for the INANE conference. The deadline is April 1. Enjoy networking with nursing editors from around the world. Your ideas and projects that enhance your journal's message are key to the goal of networking at the conference. Posters will be displayed prominently at the conference and there will be dedicated time … Continue reading CFP: INANE Conference
Publishing Tips: Froman on What Editors Want (Research in Nursing & Health)
Featured in Research in Nursing & Health, 2008, 31, 399-401, Robin Froman (an editor and the interim director of the UConn Center for Nursing Scholarship) counsels researchers and scholars on "Hitting the Bull's Eye Rather Than Shooting Yourself Between the Eyes" (what editors want and don't want). Among her observations about things that editors have … Continue reading Publishing Tips: Froman on What Editors Want (Research in Nursing & Health)
Publishing Tips: Concerned About Peer Reviewers
One of the frequently confounding experiences that professors like you have had in scholarly publishing involves peer reviewers, whose comments sometimes conflict with each other or whose critiques are abusive or clueless. You are not alone. According to an article by Jeffrey Brainard entitled "Incompetence Tops List of Complaints About Peer Reviewers" in The Chronicle of … Continue reading Publishing Tips: Concerned About Peer Reviewers
Publishing Tips: What Do Editors Want?
Recent queries from readers of NursingWriting have focused on the question, "I've been writing ________; do you think the editor of _______ journal would be interested in it?" or "I've written ______; do you think that this is the kind of thing that the editor has in mind for the special issue of _____ journal?" … Continue reading Publishing Tips: What Do Editors Want?